Since 1992 Mountain Bike New Zealand (MTBNZ) has been the national body for mountain biking in New Zealand and it is responsible for supporting the development and growth of both competitive and recreational mountain biking.
Mountain Bike New Zealand and Cycling New Zealand work together to grow and develop mountain biking as a sport for New Zealanders, through promoting participation and membership, development pathways, securing and administering national and international level competition.
As the sports’ volunteer member organisation, MTBNZ represents Clubs and interfaces with them to inform its members.
The MTBNZ Executive is made up of volunteer
representatives from across New Zealand, who
are members of Clubs and have a wealth of
knowledge and experience across all things Mountain Bike.
President Ryan Hunt (Wellington MTB Club)
Treasurer Gareth Osmond (MTB Tauranga)
*Club Affiliation Lead, Cycling NZ Schools Representative
Secretary Kristy Booth (MTB Otago)
Jamie Roberts (AKDH) - Enduro/DH
Agata Bulska (Gravity Canterbury) - DH
Greg Bouwer (MTB Otago)
Max Hides (Gravity Canterbury) - Enduro
The Executive meets regularly throughout the year.
To raise agenda items for consideration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“to support our clubs to encourage all bike riders into the sport mountain bike riding”
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What we do
MTBNZ is the National Organisation for the Sport of Mountain Biking in New Zealand.
We focus on
Encouraging participation in mountain biking and membership to local mountain bike clubs;
Building stronger club networks and alliance relationships;
Support talent development in all areas of the Sport;
Seek opportunities to raise funds to support the Sport;
Encourage and support clubs to run or assist in running National level events;
Fostering regional collaboration and partnerships to ensure the viability of ongoing advocacy to Cycling NZ and other sporting organisations for the Sport;
To build the capability within the MTBNZ Executive to ensure leadership of the Sport at all levels.